. that hasn't embraced Windows Phone 8. Come to think of it, the nation's third largest carrier hasn't really supported Windows Phone at all, only offering 2011's HTC Arrive. An announcement could be made at next week's CES 2013 show in Las Vegas. If not then, there is always MWC in Barcelona the following month. Like Sprint, Verizon also had been cool to Windows Phone 7 but is currently offering the HTC Windows Phone 8X and the Nokia Lumia 822 and has plans to offer the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, all Windows Phone 8 models.
Any Sprint customers out there already thinking about grabbing a Windows Phone 8 model with your carrier's brand on it?
source: Sprint, TheVerge via Phonescoop